Great thread Steve I will see what I have for next week
Here is one that I used to carry a lot because of it's light weight. Never could get into Buck 110's because they felt too handle heavy for me and my hand would cramp with heavy use. This is a Gerber Model 1 (also called the Gunstock model).Very light in weight and very sturdy. I stopped carrying it when I found out the ridiculous prices they were selling for;especially in Japan.
Here is another one I used to carry a lot.It is actually lighter than it looks. Made by Track Knives for Ithaca Gun Works this one was purchased well used at a flea market for $5 about 30 years ago. Blade was very pitted;probably from having animal blood left on it after being used.Serial # 775 with Ithaca logo(stylized bear paw) Cleaned up nicely and holds a mean edge(convex ground). No nail mark(not needed) and it locks up solid when opened. I still carry it occasionally and it is light enough to comfortably carry in the pocket.
Spent a few hours today with the older kid cutting in a new section of track down the river.Show content
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I don't carry a lot of wood but these are my favorites.]
Quote from: Dean51 on July 18, 2018, 04:43:16 PMI don't carry a lot of wood but these are my favorites.]Dean:What is that bottom knife? That is one fine looking knife!
How bout some Walnut and Desert Ironwood
No. 8 today. It's Wood Handled Wednesday!!
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